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    Thank you for your insight on AT-6 landings. I...

    Thank you for your insight on AT-6 landings. I was trying to think of military low wing trainers and threw the Texan onto the list. Based on your statement the OP should scratch the Texan off his...
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    If you feel the high wing liaison planes ( L-4,...

    If you feel the high wing liaison planes ( L-4, L-19, L-126 ) that I suggested earlier are too tame to scratch your warbird itch, then the next step would be one of the military low wing trainers,...
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    Quite honestly after viewing your latest photos,...

    Quite honestly after viewing your latest photos, the left wing looks good and the right wing looks like it needs more wash out. Maybe it's just the photos. In any case I think you are on the right...
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    L-4 Cub Grasshopper, L-19 bird dog, PT-19. Not...

    L-4 Cub Grasshopper, L-19 bird dog, PT-19. Not all "warbirds" are fighters with retracts. Hobby King has a 90" army green L-4 cub that is inexpensive @ $205, but not very scale accurate. Texas RC...
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    Tom, First, thanks for sharing your build with...

    Tom, First, thanks for sharing your build with us. The finished model has a very neat retro feel to it. It makes me very unhappy with my stock Kadet Sr. ARF !:mad: However, modifying and bashing my...
  6. Thread: Sig Rascal

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    strawbarrywood, NO, you still have it backwards...

    strawbarrywood, NO, you still have it backwards in your mind. With the wing right side up (not inverted), when viewed from the side at the tip end of the wing, you will want the tip LE slightly LOWER...
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    About that dirt runway with oil poured on top of...

    About that dirt runway with oil poured on top of it idea.........I too can remember when that was common practice to spray oil on a dirt road (the govt used to do it) or pour oil on a dirt driveway....
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    Some of these are quite funny, mine is just plane...

    Some of these are quite funny, mine is just plane stupid. About 10 yrs back I headed to the flying field with 5 or 6 planes nicely packed in the back of my pick up (with a covered cap) , started to...
  9. Thread: Sig Rascal

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    "NO IRON" ! Just your heat gun. Did you have a...

    "NO IRON" ! Just your heat gun. Did you have a second person as a helper to twist the wing tip while you heated the covering and shrank the wrinkles created as the helper twisted the tip? Or did you...
  10. Well, I take back the ZZZZZZzzzzzzz. You were...

    Well, I take back the ZZZZZZzzzzzzz. You were awake! But you replied to me in the wrong place. I don't read my PM's on a regular daily basis so I didn't find your reply until you made the previous...
  11. handyman, Hello...

    handyman, Hello handyman...............ZZZzzzzzzzzzz...........I guess you weren't really that interested! :cool:
  12. Thread: Sig Rascal

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    strawbarrywood, Yes I just went back and looked...

    strawbarrywood, Yes I just went back and looked again at your first photos of the wings with the sticks on them and to me it shows both wing to have wash in (wrong). You look at the photos again and...
  13. Thread: Sig Rascal

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    Yes, with the wing laying upside down as you have...

    Yes, with the wing laying upside down as you have them in the first photos and as now working on them, you will warp the tips so the LE at the tip is higher than the LE of the main part of the wing....
  14. Thread: Sig Rascal

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    NO,NO,NO,:) Why would we be thinking and...

    NO,NO,NO,:) Why would we be thinking and explaining with the wing upside down??? This can be confusing enough without the thing being belly up!!! OK, with the wing right side up, viewing it like...
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    Bax nailed it. Trying to correct it with aileron...

    Bax nailed it. Trying to correct it with aileron adjustments is a bad bandaid. First you must straighten the wings so they are the same, and that includes a little wash out on each wing tip as Bax...
  16. Thread: Sig Rascal

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    Look for a warped wing. Could have happened when...

    Look for a warped wing. Could have happened when you tightened up the covering. I also have a Rascal 110 (with a DLE 30 yours must also be a 110) and it takes off, flys, and lands straight as an...
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    OK, I found the ad......not on Ebay, it is here...

    OK, I found the ad......not on Ebay, it is here on RCU classified airplanes for sale, BUT it is NOT for a hanger 9 P-40. It is for a CMP 50 size P-40. It won't help you but I feel better:) I was...
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    tacx, Well I just went back into Ebay RC parts to...

    tacx, Well I just went back into Ebay RC parts to find that P-40 cowl for you and ....no luck! It's not there. So either it was a Buy it now" and someone did, or I'am crazy. Both are possible:p Sorry
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    Earlier tonight I saw some kind of a P-40 cowl...

    Earlier tonight I saw some kind of a P-40 cowl for sale on Ebay RC airplane parts. I didn't click on it to get details so I don't know if it was a Hanger 9 or not. It did have the sharks mouth on it....
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    Sanding sponges are also good for fine sanding...

    Sanding sponges are also good for fine sanding curved surfaces. Like regular sandpaper, they come in various grits, all on the fine side. Find them at beauty supply stores, nail polishing shops use...
  21. jcwalton, Local hobby stores are "few and far...

    jcwalton, Local hobby stores are "few and far between" in Georgia, and maybe everywhere now days. I know it's not just around the corner for you but there is a great LHS in Roberta Ga. It's CMJ...
  22. The Great Planes dead center drill is a must...

    The Great Planes dead center drill is a must have, buy one!
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    "Starting by themselves", ???, I only have...

    "Starting by themselves", ???, I only have engines that "stop" by themselves!!!:mad:
  24. Yes, you will need to drill and tap a hole in the...

    Yes, you will need to drill and tap a hole in the muffler body for the pressure line fitting. Du-bro sells the brass fittings in assorted inch size threads (not metric). Being non metric threads...
  25. A 56" long fuselage is too long for a 1/5 th Cub...

    A 56" long fuselage is too long for a 1/5 th Cub and too short for a 1/4 scale Cub. It is in between. Is the model kit built or an ARF? Does it look like a full wing or a clip wing? Is the wing one...
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